Hi everyone! I'm here to share a quick and simple project for this month using some of my favorite Altered Pages supplies and I got to try my creativity with some of the printable film from this month's sponsor Craft Attitude.
For more info and photos on how to create this gift card holder stop on over at the Altered Pages blog.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Thursday is awesome and enjoy creating!
Hi everyone! It's me and I'm here to share a quick and easy rolodex card I created for the Dragon's Lair Den blog using this month's featured Francheska Collection. I started out by printing off a 4"x6" lined and floral digital image from the Francheska Collection Paper which I then cut with my Sizzix rolodex die. I also inked the edges of the rolodex card.
Next I printed the Bingo card, bow band, feather and leaves from theFrancheska Collection Elements. I fussy cut all images out and layer out on the rolodex card until I found a placement I liked. Then I adhered the images to the card but left room to where I could glue cording behind it.
Next I added some Crystal Stickles to the feather and leaves and finished off the card with a small button in the center of the flower.
If you have any questions about this project please let me know.
Hi everyone! It's me and I'm here to share a quick card I created for the this month's challenge over at the Crafty Card Gallery blog. We had to create a card in the theme of Fall which could be either leaves, fall colors, pumpkins or thanksgiving. I started with a 6"x12" piece of polka dotted cardstock which I folded in half to created a 6"x6" card base. I cut four pieces of cardstock/scrapbook paper down to fit the front of the card which I then adhered to the middle of the card.
Next I printed off the turkey and "Be Thankful" images. I fussy cut the turkey out and the be thankful sentiment I cut from the whole saying Keep Calm and Be Thankful. I adhered the image to the card and added stickles to the leaf, turkey and acorns.
I adhered a small piece of cardstock to the corner of the card along with the sentiment and a button.
A very easy card other than the fussy cutting. :-) If you have any questions please let me know.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Tuesday is awesome and enjoy creating!
Hi everyone! I'm here to share a jewelry box I altered for The Robin's Nest Craft Engineer's Contest. The only requirement is to "create your most unique, imaginative and exciting project ever. Just make sure that at least 75% of your project is made up of The Robin's Nest Products."
There are some awesome projects up for grabs and I would love to be able to add more Robin's Nest supplies to my craft room :-)
As I was cleaning and getting stuff up to take to Goodwill I came across this music jewelry box that one of my step-daughters had. It was missing a drawer but I decided there was potential in maybe altering this later on. Well, almost two years later this is what I came up with.
I started off by taking the doors and hardware off.
Also I pulled out the dirty and stained velvet fabric that was inside each drawer.
I sanded all pieces lightly and added a coat of house paint sample that I had got for free at Lowes.
From the Trick or Treat Collection Paper Pack I choose the "purple witch" image which I set my printer on the #10 business envelope setting and printed onto a sheet of white cardstock. I trimmed to fit and then adhered to the can. I added Diamond Dew Drops to the bottom and lace to the top of the can.
Next I printed Trick or Treat Journaling Cards and fussy cut the witch out which I added a little chalk pastels to her and then lightly outlined her with a sharpie. I added Crystal Stickles to the moon. I set that aside to dry. Next I cut a piece of burlap ribbon to fit a mini October desk top calendar which I adhered to the top of the ribbon, added some bling to two of the edges and glued one corner to the can. The scrap leftover from fussy cutting the witch out I punch three leaves that I crumpled up , inked and adhered to the can along with the witch image. I finished off with sequin, dew drop and cording to make this spooky cute treat holder.
I decorated an empty spool which had lace wound on it with cardstock, chipboard alphabets, a ghost and moss.
I added a spiderweb sticker from Pink Paislee and scream verbiage that I cut from some scrapbook paper. I also cut from cardstock On The Edge Die Iron Gatewhich I glued around the top edge of the ATC block along with some moss.
The witch is a cut a part which is from the Echo Park's Chillingsworth Collection. Love this collection!!!
You can open the little house up and add a little tea light too. I apologize for the photos not being the best but I had no sunlight and it was late in the day when I was able to do my photo shoot but I hope you liked what I shared :-)
There is still a little bit of time to submit your projects to both the Eileen Hull's Trick or Treats Art with Heart Challenge and Sizzix Halloween Challenge. I know I cut it very close this month but I've been busy with magazine calls, repainting the dining room which should have been easy but wasn't…the "popcorn" from the ceiling was coming off as my dad was rolling the paint on. Needless to say we had to scrape the "popcorn" off the ceiling and now there is a fine coat of dust all over everything…can we say yuk?!?!? Tomorrow my parents are coming back to the house and hopefully I will not have any more mishaps…fingers crossed.
Hi everyone! I'm here to share a project I created for the Robin's Nest. This year has flown by and can you believe that Christmas is only two months away!?!?!? Most of the time I have over half of my shopping finished and a few presents already made but not this year. Gulp! Well, since the Robin's Nest Alter Art design team is cross promoting with Walnut Hollow and one of my choices was the 10"x12" rectangular tray I decided to altered it into something Christmas/Winter related and this is what I came up with.